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Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand


Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand
Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand
Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand
Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand
Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand
Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand
Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand
Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand
Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand
Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand

Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand   Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand
Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand. Origin: Eastern Polynesia, New Zealand Maori people. Mark Blackburn (Mauna Kea Gallery HI). Description: A large "tuki-muka" Stone mallet used for pounding fern roots. In good condition with a few natural voids.

For a similar example, see Edge Partington, Ethnographical Album of Pacific Islands, series II page 232 no. Dimensions: Height 13.5 (34.5 cm), Width 2.75 (7 cm).

The item "Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand" is in sale since Monday, August 9, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Ethnographic\Pacific Islands & Oceania"." and is located in Ben Lomond, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand   Huge 18th C. Maori Stone Fern Root Pounder, New Zealand